I woke up this morning and landed in cat vomit. Apparently, I overfed my cat.
This is no way to start year two of Live with Flair.
Then I remember my friend in Japan whose father sent word that we might send canned food items for him to distribute to the disaster areas. I remember that in some places in the world at this very moment, a mother would give anything to rise from a warm bed, place her feet on the ground, and greet the day with two healthy little girls who can't stop laughing at their mother's foot covered in cat vomit.
In some places in the world (in most places), nobody talks about the luxury of overfed cats. But here, even the animals gorge themselves.
There's too much here. There's not enough there.
Stepping in cat vomit was a great reminder today as I think about ways to send relief to the hungry.
Stepping in cat vomit sounded the alarm about ways to be thankful for the fact that I even have too much cat food.
Living with flair means I cultivate a grateful and generous heart. I have too much.
Journal: When I'm tempted to complain about all the inconveniences and all the misfortunes of my day, what do I need to remember to cultivate a grateful and generous heart? For me, it's cat vomit.